Top 4 eCommerce Websites in China

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China has the biggest eCommerce market in the world and recently surpassed the US. Previously, we have mainly seen large brands entering the market but that will change in the coming years.

Through the new eCommerce law, we will see more IP protection, a stronger focus on SMEs, and to simplify market entries.

The eCommerce landscape changes quickly in China and some companies have managed to become top players in as little as two years. In this article, I explain some of the top eCommerce websites in China and what sets these apart.

1. Tmall

Launched in 2014, Tmall is China’s biggest eCommerce platform with a market share of around 40%. Continue reading Top 4 eCommerce Websites in China

Top 5 China Food Export Fairs

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China has one of the biggest food markets in the world and is set to overtake the US soon. With increased disposable incomes and appetite for foreign food products, there are plenty of opportunities for companies to profit from the market.

However, before you start selling in China you must get market insights, build up brand awareness, and sometimes work with a distributor that can help you import the products. One of the best ways of doing so is by visiting local trade fairs.

Therefore, I have written this article where I list some of the leading food and beverage trade fairs in China.


SIAL is the biggest food and beverage trade fair in China that attracts more than 100,000 visitors annually. The event has been held in Shanghai since 2000 and is a perfect place for foreign brands to learn more about the Chinese market, connect with distributors, brands, and to network. Continue reading Top 5 China Food Export Fairs

Top 5 Bonded Warehouses in China: An Overview

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China is quickly moving from being a pure manufacturing and export nation to having a large middle-class that crave foreign products. Along with this, the government does its utmost to make it easier for overseas companies and brands to enter the market.

The rise of cross-border eCommerce prevails and bonded warehouses have made it remarkably easier to enter the Chinese market. Previously, many small and medium-sized companies couldn’t enter the Chinese market due to strict import regulations and a significantly smaller domestic market.

If you look for bonded warehouses, don’t look any further. In this article, we list the top 5 bonded warehouses available in China.

1. KLG

KLG ITM is a leading bonded warehouse in China that was founded in 2013. It’s a joint-venture between Kuijken Logistics Group (KLG) and Intermax (ITM) and they provide high-quality services to customers from all around the world.

The company provides the following solutions:

  • Warehousing
  • Freight forwarding
  • Supply chain management
  • Tailor-made solutions
  • Digital solutions
  • Quality controls

They can also help with the unloading of cargo, sample picking, QC and labeling, repacking, loading, pick & pack, order management, and more. Continue reading Top 5 Bonded Warehouses in China: An Overview